The first house designed by Antoni Gaudí is available on Airbnb

With one of its latest announcements, Airbnb offers an exciting opportunity for both architecture enthusiasts and voracious vacationers. Earlier this month, an ad for the very first house designed by famous architect Antoni Gaudí was posted on the rental market website. Located in Barcelona, ​​Spain, the house was built in the late 1800s and is said to have helped foster the Art Nouveau movement.

“Built as a lavish summer home for a local family in 1885, Casa Vicens was designed by internationally renowned architect Antoni Gaudí,” Airbnb reads. “A mix of colors and influences, this was Gaudi’s very first commission and it is widely regarded as one of the earliest buildings of the Art Nouveau movement. This hidden gem was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005 and this fall its doors will open for a unique and exclusive stay. “

A stay at the iconic property includes a special welcome visit with your host Emili, unprecedented access to this 19th century single-family summer house, the chance to enjoy a Gaudí-inspired Michelin star menu in a unique space of the house and a full Mediterranean breakfast in the city’s private garden.

Oh! And did we mention the best part? Once available for reservation, the house will be available to rent for only $ 1 per night!

Reservations for Antoni Gaudí’s House open July 12 at 10:00 a.m. EST.

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